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INSIDER: Being Real in Real Estate
Wesley Bryan, MBA Candidate

How do you convince potential clients that what you’re selling is best?  How do you bridge that gap between real estate salesperson and my real estate agent?  Ron Willingham says it is in how authentic you are with your potential clients.

INSIDER: How the World Sees You
Margie McGregor, MBA Candidate

As much as we might like to think that we are wildly different than everybody else, our DNA is actually 99.9% the same as everyone else’s. We’re 99.9% average. As odd as it may seem, our individuality and personality only makes up .1% of us.

INSIDER: Consumer Decision-Making In The Age of Perfect Information: Absolute Value
Margie McGregor, MBA Candidate
According to the Borrell Associates report, 2013 Real Estate Outlook, real estate advertising was projected to grow by 9.7% to $27.2B, while the online advertising category was projected to grow by 16.9% to reach $15B in spend. These estimates make the real estate industry number one in the online advertising marketplace...

INSIDER: The Effortless Experience
Grant Senter
On April 30, 1943, at the height of World War II, a fisherman stumbled across a corpse floating in the water off the coast of southwestern Spain. The body was that of an adult male, Major William Martin of the Royal Marines...

INSIDER: The Power of Visual Storytelling
Natasha Ashton, JD/MBA Candidate
Real estate professionals can and should leverage social-media platforms to humanize their branding efforts and connect with consumers. Utilization of visual storytelling will drive consumer engagement with the brand, encouraging traffic, referrals, and ultimately loyalty and revenues...

INSIDER: Changing the Sales Conversation
Susan Monaghan, MBA
Previously, providing information was a key way that salespeople created value for clients. Now, sales professionals must adapt the value creation process to address changing client needs by...

INSIDER: Sales and Marketing the Six Sigma Way
Natasha Ashton, JD/MBA Candidate
Efficiency, process improvement, and value creation are not just buzzwords in today’s business world; they have become the foundation for real, sustainable competitive advantage. However, the path to achieving or improving upon these fundamental concepts is not always clear...

INSIDER: The Ambivert Advantage
Clint Justice, MBA Candidate
Are extraverts are the best candidates for sales positions? Despite the proliferation of this assumption in numerous sales organizations, studies have shown that there is a weak and inconsistent relationship between extraversion and sales performance. In fact, recent studies indicate that...

INSIDER: Contagious: Why Things Catch On
Stephen Chandler, MBA Candidate
Understanding how to push your products, services, and ideas to catch on is essential for success. To do so, users need to discover how to...

INSIDER: Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
Susan Monaghan, MBA Candidate
With social media becoming the fastest growing area of marketing today, real estate professionals can attract more clients by expanding their reach across...


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